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. >> and this speaks it a big concern in that et fis behind you, that if the aaa bond rating is reduced it'll be on the president's watch. >> right. >> that's been the issue here for this white house bp that's why the number one they want to move this debt ceiling issue away from the next two years. yes did is political issue but also an economic issue. some really bad numbers came out of it. all of this uncertainty, we have all known that businesses right now in the last couple of weeks, they have gotten a little nervous. people have held back because they are not sure what is going on. they are not sure how this will end. i think -- look, i still have a lot of confidence that when all is said and done, they will figure it out. all of the leaders are on the same page. all of the same leaders are on the same page. yes, they have an unpredictable, unpredictable group of lawmakers on their hands. so the one thing that i have as a political person, i thought would find surprising at the end of the day, if they do agree what this field will look like, it is going to be a couple of trillion dol
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